toilet paper

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a soft thin absorbent paper for use in toilets

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The Restroom Kit is a compact all-in-one kit providing the four most essential items needed when using an inadequate or unsanitary restroom - a patented oversized toilet seat cover, toilet paper, hand wipe, and tush wipe.
Luxe bidets are designed to cut down on toilet paper by providing a better, more soothing sanitation than plush toilet paper.
While tissue paper may substitute, ministry officials pointed out that toilet paper dissolves in water, but tissue paper do not, running the risk of clogging toilets and sewerage pipes.
GNC Trading makes soft tissue toilet paper from jumbo rolls, imported from South Africa which he converts, cuts and wraps into one or two-ply toilet papers.
The ban on toilet paper might strike Western ears as an odd "luxury" item, but toilet paper is generally used in Iran only by those who have lived in the West; most Iranians wash rather than use toilet paper, which is seen by many in this regime as a Western affectation.
I have scoured supermarkets, chemist and corner-shops for black toilet paper and come back empty handed.
Green Forest Unscented Bathroom Tissue: Not only is Green Forest toilet paper ($37.
Once people see how this invention works in conjunction with existing toilet paper it will hugely increase the size of the market because people who never would have thought of buying wet wipes before will buy them now," he insisted.
Of course, there are plenty of other brands of tissue paper that already make use of primarily recycled and/or sustainably harvested fiber--check out Greenpeace's Recycled Tissue and Toilet Paper Guide to find out which ones--but they are not easily found at mainstream grocers and big box stores.
With oil still choking the Gulf of Mexico, global climate change charging full-speed-ahead, and biodiversity shrinking by the week, the environmental consequences of toilet paper usage might seem a small concern.
The equivalent of almost 270,000 trees either is flushed or dumped in landfills worldwide every day and roughly 10% of that total is attributable to toilet paper.
There is virtually nowhere on the planet where toilet paper is not used, at least occasionally.
Van Houtum Introduces Satino Black, the Most Environmentally Friendly Toilet Paper in the World
Cuba, in the grip of a serious economic crisis, is running short of toilet paper and may not get sufficient supplies until the end of the year, officials with state-run companies told Reuters on Aug.
We all found it very embarrassing asking for toilet paper.